The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether a petition for the return of an abducted child by a parent under the Hague Convention can be equitably tolled when the abducting parent concealed the whereabouts of the child from ...Read More »
Does equitable tolling apply to a 180-day time limit for filing an appeal with the Provider Reimbursement Review Board from a final Medicare payment determination made by a fiscal intermediary? Sebelius v. Auburn Regional Medical Center, No. 11-1231. Certiorari granted ...
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The pendency of a Fosamax class action in another jurisdiction did not toll the statute of limitations for individual Fosamax claims, the Virginia Supreme Court has ruled in answering certified questions from the 2nd Circuit.Read More »
WASHINGTON – Sometimes at the U.S. Supreme Court, words and labels mean everything. On Tuesday, the justices parsed the wording of a securities law provision to determine whether to label it a statute of limitations or a statute of repose. ...Read More »
An alleged whistleblower who filed a retaliation complaint under Sarbanes-Oxley after the 90-day period for doing so had expired was entitled to equitable tolling, the Administrative Review Board of the U.S. Department of Labor has ruled.Read More »